Beginners Guide To Pool Cues

Beginners don’t need to start out with fancy cues and spend hundreds of dollars just to make statement. What a beginning pool player should be looking for is a basic cue with a firm hit. A firm hitting cue will be the most forgiving and the easiest way to learn pool. Generally these type of cues won’t run any more than $150. A great beginners cue is the Action Blue Model 68, a quality cue at a price that a beginner can start with.

If your looking for a cue that will have a bit more protection from warping and dents look for a cue with a fiberglass shell such as Cuetec or Scorpion cues. A fiberglass shell is going to really help with warping if you know you might tend to leave your cue places it shouldn’t be like outside or in the trunk of your car. If you need any more help deciding on a cue we suggest that you call the experts at Billiards.com and they would be happy to help you pick out your first pool cue.

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McDermott Pool Cue Review

McDermott is a brand synonymous with pool and billiards. Today we are going to take a bit to talk about their cues and one of our favorites. Known for their quality their cues come with a lifetime warranty including the wrapping (you don’t see enough manufacturers sticking by their products like this these days).

One of their most popular cues is the m61d velocity plus cue stick.

Has a great feel definitely a huge step above what you would play at a bar or someone people’s home tables. So far it’s been incredible, it’s understated elegance is exactly what we were hoping for.

New Cue Review

We were just informed that PoolCues.com received another stand out cue. A Vector C50 Cue, from the description we know it’s made of Rosewood with some beautiful maple inlays and detailed designs. A simple yet understated cue that’s at what we think a very reasonable price. Check out the picture below definitely an understated beauty.